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LFF 2020 – Honeymood (2020)

The honeymoon period ends quickly as a newlywed couple embark on a wild odyssey on their wedding night in Honeymood. Weddings are meant to be the happiest day of a couple's life. However what about the night immediately following the

Working Woman (2019) Film Review

In the current age of the Me Too Movement and the on-going referendum for the respectable acknowledgment of female empowerment within the workplace of countless industries, director/co-writer Michal Aviad's Israeli sexual harassment drama

Zaytoun (2012)

The Israelis and the Palestinians don't like one another. There, in that one ridiculously simplistic statement, is the total sum of my knowledge regarding the Israel/Palestine conflict. Being that it is set in Beirut immediately prior to…

Yossi (2012)

Yossi (Ohad Knoller) is a thirty something doctor in Tel Aviv who hides the fact he is gay from all around him. He is a workaholic and is a very melancholic character. When a middle-aged woman walks into the hospital he insists on treating…

Never Too Late (2011)

Okay, it's nothing that we haven't seen covered in numerous other movies - a young man reconciling his memories with the reality of things as he learns more about his late father - but Never Too Late does everything very, very well indeed…

Rabies (2010)

An enjoyable little (and first, apparently) horror movie from Israel, Rabies may not quite do enough to be deemed truly great but it tries hard and has an excellent final 20 minutes or so that makes up for some early meandering. Oh, and it…

Rabies (2010)

As a debut it certainly shows a great deal of promise so it would be unfair to judge too harshly, but Rabies AKA Kalevet isn't exactly top-drawer horror even making allowances for the low budget. Four friends are driving to play a…